From Wanton Violence to Fantasy Adventure2votes I like it
redrumancoke says: Violent, funny, and strippers! What more could a 13 year old want back then, and even today. And the original Duke3D was such a favorite of mine that I've been patiently waiting for Duke Nukem Forever.
redrumancoke says: In my opinion the best strategy and spell researching game to date. I've played several others that are just carbon copies of Master of Magic and they usually come up way short in terms of gameplay and options for building your empire.
redrumancoke says: Nothing brings back the memories of my magical and imagination filled childhood like the King's Quest series. It was as if all the things I read in books and dreamed about came to live in a game.
redrumancoke says: Similar to what I said about King's Quest 1-3. These games were everything I wanted in a magical fantasy adventure.
redrumancoke says: There was a time when I wanted to be a homicide a detective, and the reason for this was the Police Quest series. It was a lot like the King's Quest games, but instead of fantasy you dealing with murder scenes, car accidents.
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